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Luzhny Returns!

Luzhny Returns!

Oleg Luzhny, once a laughable defender, returns to the scene of one of the biggest humiliations of his career.

Jozsef Szabo, Dynamo Kyiv's coach is suffering from heart problems and is therefore unable to take charge of his team. Temporarily, his assistant will step into his role. His name will be familiar: Oleg Luzhny.

Oh yes, the big guy who was playing for Arsenal. My last clear memories of him are from 2001: he was a mere spectator on that day despite being in the starting line-up as he was completely overrun by a rampant United who emerged 6-1 winners and had the title almost wrapped up.

Now, in the dugout, will he be haunted by the memories tomorrow when Kyiv visit Old Trafford in the Champions League? Hopefully. We wish a quick and full recovery for Mr. Szabo and a spectacularly unsuccessful debut as acting head coach for Mr. Luzhny!



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Writer:Zae
Date:Tuesday November 6 2007
Time: 2:00PM

Comments

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I think you'll find the laughable defender was Stepanovs, so HA!!!! Oh wait....he played for us too :(
Rocky7
06/11/2007 14:13:00
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Rocky, how did you accumulate all these Eastern European no-hopers? Just doesn't fit the bill, even more baffling that Fergie's efforts with the Djemba twins.
Zae
06/11/2007 15:29:00
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lol Zae just like how you play over the top for useless south american's like Veron..
luckys_10
06/11/2007 18:02:00
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Arsenal illustrating their knack of signing duff centre halves!
merlin
06/11/2007 19:40:00
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yeah, coz toure is such a crap centre half. and we paid well over the odds for him at 650,000.
arsenal nutter
07/11/2007 03:56:00
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